28 citations to be issued after Friday protest at Capitol
Twenty-eight people will be cited as protesters again gathered the Wisconsin state Capitol at noon on Friday.
Friday marks the third day arrests for the singers gathering without a permit.
Seventeen citations were issued on site and 14 more will be cited based on video recorded at the event.
The Department of Administration said a couple had a permit to be married at the Capitol at noon and decided to have the wedding outside the Capitol building.
Walker administration spokeswoman Stephanie Marquis says the singers would be given a permit if they applied.
Capitol Police arrested 48 people on Wednesday and Thursday for gathering without a permit.
Supporters and participants in the noontime sing along, which has been going on daily since March 2011, say they are exercising their free speech rights and don't need a permit to gather in the Capitol.
A federal judge ruled earlier this month that the state can require groups larger than 20 to obtain a permit. That led to the new round of arrests this week.
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